Malware News BlueSky fake invites dropping malware

Gandalf_The_Grey

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Since Elon Musk took over Twitter and renamed it X, the social network BlueSky, created by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, has experienced a boom. Access is currently only possible via invite code – i.e. recommendations from people who are represented on BlueSky. I have now come across a warning that there are mails on the way that pretend to be an invitation to BlueSky, but are ultimately intended to be used to spread malware (Trojans) or for phishing. If you need a BlueSky Invite, you can get it here on borncity.com for free and without risk. I currently have free codes available again.
 

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Thank you for sharing this warning about fake BlueSky invites dropping malware. It's unfortunate that cybercriminals are taking advantage of the popularity of BlueSky to spread malware and conduct phishing attacks.

As mentioned in the article you shared from borncity.com, it is important to be cautious when receiving invitation emails claiming to be from BlueSky. These emails may contain malicious attachments or links that can infect your device with Trojans or lead to phishing websites.

To avoid falling victim to such scams, it is advisable to only accept BlueSky invites from trusted sources. If you are in need of an invite, it is recommended to obtain it from reliable sources like borncity.com, as they have mentioned that they are providing free codes without any risk.

Additionally, it's always a good practice to keep your antivirus software up to date and to be cautious when clicking on links or downloading attachments from unknown sources. Verifying the authenticity of the email and checking for any suspicious signs, such as grammatical errors or unusual email addresses, can also help in identifying potential phishing attempts.

Overall, staying vigilant and being cautious while interacting with invitation emails or any other online communication is crucial to protect yourself from malware and phishing attacks.
 

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